Bright turquoise blue enamel, pink coral, natural pearls and twinkling rose-cut diamonds combine to form the colorful star centered dome of this smooth and supple adjustable buckle style Victorian bracelet, finely hand crafted in rich 18 karat yellow gold. Circa 1880. Exquisite.
This superb and very rare antique bracelet from France by the world renowned Cartier is composed of alternating smooth and ribbed 18k yellow gold links, with a glossy finish to accentuate the glowing luster of 2 carats of dazzling European-cut diamonds. Heavenly. Signed Cartier, France...(more)
A precious and pristine Victorian rarity, lovingly crafted in rich and velvety 18K yellow gold, featuring a lustrous trio of small natural pearls embellished with delicate Etruscan Revival style granulation work. A classic Victorian treasure for a smallish wrist.
An artfully textured serpentine centerpiece coils around a sapphire floret in this charming nineteenth century adornment. The looped bracelet is composed of a lithesome tubular mesh. A Victorian-era treasure, superbly hand crafted in 14K yellow gold, just a tad shy of 6 1/4 inches in length.
By way of nineteenth century Great Britain, a light and lovely hinged bangle bracelet fashioned in consummate Etruscan Revival style. The rosette centerpiece is embellished with fine granulation and delicate twisted wire work which also adorns the top third of the bangle. A velvety time appropriate ...(more)
By way of nineteenth century England comes this shimmering antique adornment featuring a large and lustrous cushion-shape moonstone. The celestial stone is framed in two-tiered twisted wire which crowns the decorative center clasp. The classic 18K yellow gold Victorian bracelet measures a full 7 1/8...(more)
This precious and pristine hinged bangle bracelet, according to the many hallmarks, comes to us by way of Chester, England - circa 1905. The thoroughly charming late-Victorian jewel is crafted in velvety textured 9 carat gold and dotted on top with three rich red rubies and a couple of rose-cut diam...(more)
Something different, dramatic and very colorful. A rare, ravishing and romantic early-nineteenth-century bracelet of central or eastern-European (Austro-Hungarian) origin, hand crafted in silver and black & white enameled leaf motif links and set throughout with emeralds, foil-backed pink topaz ...(more)
Three jewelry periods come together for a bold and striking effect in the creation of this unique bauble. The Victorian period is invoked by the style of the gold tassel slide bracelet; the Art Deco period is well represented by the stunning platinum, diamond and ruby clip, and the 1950s are...(more)
This distinctive and dynamic Victorian bracelet - circa 1870s - features a striking trio of sleekly styled and domed S-shape curves elegantly sculpted in rich 15K yellow gold - hence more than likely of British origin. The three sections are strung and riveted on to a supple serpentine bracelet and...(more)
A twinkling rose-cut diamond flower set atop a turquoise enamel cartouche which, in turn, overlays a curvaceous golden baroque centerpiece, is the central focus of this precious and pristine, early-Victorian bracelet, elegantly and artfully crafted in 15K yellow gold - hence of British origin. The u...(more)
We see quite a lot of jewelry here at Lang Antiques, and yet we can't recall coming across anything quite like this striking, fanciful and substantial antique bracelet dating from the latter-1800s. An intriguing amalgam of Victorian decorative styles, this piece combines Neo-Gothic tracery (check ou...(more)